New observations from NASA's Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory (STEREO) reveal how solar winds evolved.
On March 17, 2015, a shockwave caused by the driving force of a coronal mass ejection from the Sun struck the Earth’s magnetic field and triggered a geomagnetic storm. NASA’s Van Allen Probes have fortunately captured the effects of the storm on the radiation belts.
The Cassini spacecraft recently picked up more information about Saturn's moon Titan's 7 1/2 year winter.
New research from NASA yields information on what's causing the grooves in the surface of Mars' moon Phobos.
In Denver, a spacecraft called OSIRIS-REx was recently completed and is being tested. In late 2016, it will launch on the trip to the asteroid Bennu, where it will retrieve a rock sample and return it to Earth.
NASA recently discovered that low-energy secondary electrons have an unexpected role in creating Northern Light shows.
Researchers who looked at both NASA satellite images and sophisticated imaging that looks at currents and light in the ocean to determine phytoplankton numbers, have determined that since 1998, some of the food-chain building blocks and carbon storers have declined.